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I NEED TO PROGRAM FREQUINCS ON MY BAS CONSOL UNIDEN BEARCAT175XL SCANNER AND I DONT KNOW HOW TO SAVE THEM TO THE MEMORY

I NEED HELP KNOWING HOW TO STORE MEMORY FREQUINCE CHANNELS THERE R 16 CHANNELS AND I NEED MY CITY AND I DONT KNOW HOW TO STORE THE NUMBERS THAT NEED TO STORE IN MEMORY

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If you already have your codes, go to first channel hit Program, then insert Frequency and hit enter. At least that's how its done on my Pro 97 and all the other scanners Ive owned in the past. Try downloading your manual if you don't have one. Its easy and its free. It will tell you everything you need to know about your product. Good luck.

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HI again, the 248 is only a 50 channel, do you need this info for the 860? If so, I answered in your other post, but here it is again.

Hi tina33, I have an 860 scanner,and this is how I do it. If there is no freq's in there yet, start on channel 1 and punch in the freq- hit E and it will enter it into the first channel. Hit manual to go to ch 2 and repeat. If you need freq's for your area, go here and search out your state and county and it'll give you a list of freq's for your county.You do not have to add the weather channels as their in there already, just hit the weather button. I use an external antenna on mine as it extends the range and allows me to pick up the cars as well.
http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/
If you need a book for your scanner, you can get one here, just print1.gif it out.
http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC860XLTom.pdf

Hope this helps,, Mechanic

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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do you have a button marked "prgm"
if not, then push the manual button until it
gets to the channel you want to program,
then enter the freq ie... 155.xxx and hit
enter, don't forget the decimal point .

http://www.uniden.com/index/manuals_results.cfm?cat=3

heres a link to uniden bearcat manuals , but i don't see yours .
but my instructions will get the job done .



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it's allready programed for u

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